Vitamin Weed: Get Healthy, Not High: Big Brother Star Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for Cannabis Book

DENVER, JULY 22, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — Millions of Americans now have access to medical marijuana, but most don’t use it because of stigma and lack of education. Cannabis isn’t just for sick people; it can help you sleep, improve your sex life, get rid of headaches and back pain, and boost your creativity according to reality television star Dr. Michele.

Dr. Michele Noonan Ross plans to educate both patients and doctors with her new book Vitamin Weed: Get Healthy, Not High, a revolutionary 4­step plan to reversing endocannabinoid deficiency and restoring balance to your body. 10% of book sales will be donated to the Endocannabinoid Deficiency Foundation to directly fund cannabinoid research.

“I’m so excited to share my years of research on preventing and treating aging and disease with cannabinoid replacement therapy” said Dr. Michele, CEO of GreenStone Labs. “Most people don’t realize you can be deficient in endocannabinoids, just like you might not make enough serotonin or dopamine. You can add cannabis to your daily routine without being high all day, replacing most of your expensive, addictive, and dangerous pharmaceutical drugs.”

As a neuroscientist funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Dr. Michele’s career was based on finding ways drugs like marijuana damage your brain and make you an addict. After discovering marijuana not only didn’t damage the brain and might even help it, she decided to dedicate her research to finding how the endocannabinoid system works and educating people on what the government has been covering up for nearly a century.

The crowdfunding campaign for Vitamin Weed: Get Healthy, Not High, is launching July 22 on Publishizer, which is a Kickstarter for books. To pre­order her book, visit:­weed. Contact Dr. Michele Ross at [email protected].


About Dr. Michele Ross

Dr. Michele Noonan Ross

Dr. Michele Ross is CEO of GreenStone Labs and founder of the Endocannabinoid Deficiency Foundation. As a medical marijuana patient and researcher she is committed to fighting for marijuana legalization and drug reform around the globe. She was the first female scientist on reality television, starring on the hit CBS show Big Brother 11 in 2009 and appearing as a health expert on numerous talk shows. Dr. Michele’s first book, Train Your Brain to Get Thin: Prime Your Gray Cells for Weight Loss, Wellness, and Exercise, was published in 2012.

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